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InternationalIsrael-Hamas war winds down after immense suffering reveals humanity's shared hopes

Israel-Hamas war winds down after immense suffering reveals humanity’s shared hopes


As the months-long Israel-Hamas war comes to a close, relief mixes with grief as the full scope of loss comes into focus. While political solutions remain distant, ordinary people on both sides call for care, empathy and understanding.

Casualty counts that climbed relentlessly for all involved brought home the human impact of this long-running conflict in visceral ways. As the injured and mourning pick up the pieces, compassion must guide next steps. itarian operations worked tirelessly under profound strain, yet more assistance will be needed. Key groups like Central Kitchen worked selflessly to feed the hungry amid danger, sustaining life through darkness. Their fallen colleagues served all humanity; may their memory stir us to build a just peace.

In Rafah, alternative strategies now aim at saving civilian lives while curbing militant activities, pursuing non-violence over violence wherever possible. Dialogue between concerned parties continues on relief, rebuilding and political avenues forward.

As grievances remain complex with deep roots, wisdom demands acknowledging multiple perspectives andprioritizing vulnerable people on the ground. Their wellbeing must come before any other consideration. With goodwill, sustainability can emerge from tragedy.

The Northlines is an independent source on the Web for news, facts and figures relating to Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh and its neighbourhood.

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